This isn't fishing related, but it's where we do a lot of camping, yaking, and fishing. I know for some, state parks aren't that cool. A bunch of people camped on top of each other. But ours is a bit different. It has many thousands of acres and 4 different camping areas stretched across many miles. So for me to travel about 6 miles from my house to the entrance, and suddenly be in the middle of nowhere...well, that's just pretty cool.
I personally think the Texas Parks and Wildlife do an amazing job keeping these places awesome and I can't say enough good things about them. So it's nice to be able to break free for a few hours, grab my gear, and try to create something that will bring a smile to someone's face.
I grew up out here, my kids grew up out here, and I hope my grandkids grow up out here. You know what....enough of that grandkid stuff, i'm too young for that talk.
Anyway, I thought I might share some photos I took last night. It was only a couple of hours, but I challenged myself to bring back something new, from a place i've been too a thousand times.
This is the same place so many of my posts with me and the family come from. I just felt like sharing a beautiful evening at our state park. I wrote up a little piece for it that has more photos if you like this kind of stuff..... http://www.flyrivermedia.com/sunsets-and-silhouettes-a-walk-in-the-park/
Thanks for taking a walk with me,
Oh yeah, this is in the San Angelo State Park. I forgot to mention that.